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Old 08-30-2013, 08:42 PM   #1
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What do y'all think honestly? Trying to see if my time was descent lol
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I don't know about a 1/8 mile track, since I never race at one, but I'd say 12.7XX at a 1/4 mile track.

What is your feet above sea level? What was the weather like?
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Not sure right at nc/va line
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14 I'm trolling. Jk I'd say mid to high 12s on those tires
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I only ran the 1/8th
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Old 08-30-2013, 11:02 PM   #6
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I ran a 9.205 at 83.171 MPH with a reaction time of .42 lol. Had to ease on the throttle to keep traction off the line. That slow for a Mach? Or do I just need drag radials to get into mid 8's?
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I ran a 9.205 at 83.171 MPH with a reaction time of .42 lol. Had to ease on the throttle to keep traction off the line. That slow for a Mach? Or do I just need drag radials to get into mid 8's?
A 9.2 1/8th run equates to a 14.35 1/4.

That is slow for a stock Mach 1. They usually run high 13's in the 1/4 which would be a 8.7 - 8.9 1/8 mile pass.
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Traction will kill you. If you don't spin I would say low 13's
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Old 08-31-2013, 02:18 PM   #9
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I ran a 9.205 at 83.171 MPH with a reaction time of .42 lol. Had to ease on the throttle to keep traction off the line. That slow for a Mach? Or do I just need drag radials to get into mid 8's?
My friends 04 bullitt stock ran 9.4 best and on the same track I ran 9.00 in my v6 I'd say drag radials are always something you need
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So I was thinking of getting these mods in order:
285-315 Drag Radials
100 shot Zex wet kit
SCT BAMA tuner

Where would that get me on the 1/8 and 1/4?
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So I was thinking of getting these mods in order:
285-315 Drag Radials
100 shot Zex wet kit
SCT BAMA tuner

Where would that get me on the 1/8 and 1/4?
If you hook up and do everything right I guess 8.5 in a 1/8 and low 13's or 12.9 12.8 in a 1/4.
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14 I'm trolling. Jk I'd say mid to high 12s on those tires
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I don't know much about 1/8th times but from the looks of it, I'd say its fast. No, correction, I'd say its ****ing fast!
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My best 1/8 is 9.4x in a gt with long tubes and nt555r being my only mods and my best 60 is 2.3x. I would say you could run a bit faster than that!
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My best 1/8 is 9.4x in a gt with long tubes and nt555r being my only mods and my best 60 is 2.3x. I would say you could run a bit faster than that!
With those tires you should have a 60 foot at or less than 2.0
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